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KUM ST’KEL. HISTORIC SMOKING AND PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES IN THE OKANAGAN

Tonight on APTN (Oct. 7, 2015), Wild Food: Quest OutWest continues its adventure with indigenous cruising in the Okanagan Valley of BC. In this episode host Tracey Bonneau explores the historic smoking and preservation methods used by the Okanagan people to make their food last through the winter months … but adds a few modern twists.

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